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Meghan Markle Sings ‘God Save The Queen’ + Choir Sings ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’

By Firstladyb
Meghan Markle Sings ‘God Save The Queen’ + Choir Sings ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’
Meghan Markle looked amazing as she participated in her first ‘Commonwealth Day’ service at Westminster Abbey. The Bride to be,  along with the rest of the attendees sang ‘God Save The Queen’ and the University of Portsmouth Gospel Choir performed ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters.’

Commonwealth Day, celebrates the Queen’s commitment to the Commonwealth, which is made up of nearly 2.4 billion people across 53 countries.

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Dressed in a navy sheath dress, and white coat from British designer Amanda Wakeley, Meghan joined fiance, Prince Harry, her future brother in law, Prince William, and his wife Princess Kate for the ceremony.

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Meghan was seen on camera singing along to the British National Anthem ‘God Save The Queen’

The British National Anthem is sung by the congregation in the presence of The Queen. #CommonwealthDay pic.twitter.com/qc2cf3osF8

— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 12, 2018

Then the University of Portsmouth Gospel choir gave an energetic performance of Paul Simons ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters.’

During the Commonwealth Service, The @PortGospelChoir sing Paul Simon's Bridge Over Troubled Water. #CommonwealthDay pic.twitter.com/uhOr8Fc1cW

— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 12, 2018

‘The service was beautiful, especially the choir and the music,’ Meghan told religious education teacher David Swindells and sixth former Liam Maloney from St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in Newcastle.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle arrive at @Wabbey for The Commonwealth Service. #CommonwealthDay pic.twitter.com/sIkCMFxCq5

— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 12, 2018


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